REGILIENCE Open Training Session 4: Exploring Multi-level Governance for Climate Resilience

Join REGILIENCE’s fourth Open Training Session on multi-level governance for climate resilience, part of a series of 10 sessions aimed at informing European regions and actors about adaptation support. Taking place online on 11 March 2024.

The 11 March 2024 from 11:00 to 13:00 Brussels time

REGILIENCE is hosting its fourth Open Training Session (OTS4) on 11 March 2024, from 11:00-13:00 CET. The focus of this session is Multi-level Governance, a crucial aspect of climate resilience development pathways.


REGILIENCE is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101036560. It aims to foster the adoption of regional climate resilience development pathways and support European regions in addressing climate-related risks.

Project Overview

REGILIENCE aims to equip European regions with the tools and knowledge necessary to identify and address climate-related risks. Through collaboration with sister projects like ARSINOE, IMPETUS, and TransformAr, REGILIENCE enhances the capacity of seven focus regions to to tackle the unavoidable impacts of climate change.

Takeaways and Training Opportunities

Following the session, recordings and key takeaways will be made available. REGILIENCE offers various training opportunities, including tailored support services, peer-to-peer mentorship, and region-specific training sessions. The Open Training Sessions (OTS) aim to inform European regions about available support, technical solutions for adaptation, and opportunities for collaboration.

Multi-level Governance

Climate adaptation requires coordinated efforts across all governance levels. Participants will learn about the latest developments in climate action from the European level down to local initiatives.


Moderator: 1.Indriany Lionggo (IEECP) & Matthias Watzak-Helmer (FEDARENE)

  • Welcome and Introduction | Matthias Watzak-Helmer (FEDARENE) and Indriany Lionggo (IEECP)
  • Status of national adaptation actions | Angelika Tamasova (EEA – European Environment Agency)
  • Funding climate resilience in national and regional adaptation plans | Giulia Viero (REGILIENCE & IEECP)
  • TransformAr Governance Framework Tool and Report | Jan Cools (TransformAR & University of Antwerp)
  • Multi-level governance stakeholder group in practice | Isabella Katsimenis (NEVERMORE & ENERGIKONTORNORR
  • Multilevel governance dialogues for climate and energy policy | Tomislav Novosel (REGEA
  • Q&A Session
  • Wrap-up and Closing Remarks